January’s highlight reel
We are into the second week of 2020 and I’m already SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO behind with writing… School holidays create it’s own cyclone of mayhem but add on a blossoming business and 3 energetic kics, 2 fur kids and a husband in transit… I’m exhausted thinking about it. SO playing catch up a little, this young ladyContinue reading “The year of dreams and adventure”
Christmas time for kids can bring about a number of feelings, and it’s something that’s been on my mind lately as we draw closer to the big day. Having spent a few years as a photographic elf with Santa, I remember seeing so many little ones who were nervous around him and became so incredibly upset being placed near him or on his knee, my kids included. Yes, even having mum on the ‘inside’ doesn’t stop them from bursting into tears or keeping their safe 300m distance from him.
” She had stood still for so long, she had lost her way. She had grown roots and wasn’t’ able to move forward at the speed she once had. She was evolving quickly into every other tree in the forest “
Christmas mini portraits are NOW BOOKING at Julie Clyde Creative, Coffs Harbour
“If you could be anything in the world, what would you be?”
Introducing the very first show reel for Julie Clyde Creative!
Our local industry is dying, our farms are dying, we are in drought across our country and soon that issue will be on every single one of our front doorsteps. We ALL need to do something. 8 – 10 years is nothing. We literally have no time like the present to make the change.
Once upon a time, a little girl answered the question ‘what do you want to do when you grow up?’ with the answer of “An Artist”
Photographing children has always held a special place in my heart. Since 2010 when our daughter was born, I moved away from the wedding photography world and into the portraiture world. Which I’m told is pretty common among photographers. Being in this world was fantastic. I taught myself everything from women to pregnancy through toContinue reading “There’s a fairy at the bottom of my garden”